Pay could always be more but CBA is relatively high for the industry given the hours worked.
pay is pretty standard. We have bonuses, would rather no bonus and just higher pay.
Depends on manager for your bonus. Pay is slightly below industry but the culture and flexibility closes the gap.
On the graduate program the salary was quite low but since becoming an analyst it has increased by 10000 a year. Bonuses are given based on your annual review and the process for how much you receive is not clear. There is not good agreement across the company and some team get bonuses far higher than others regardless of work.
Base salary is good, bonuses not good
They could definitely be better
Known for being quite weak. And the grad program is two years, so have to endure low pay for a long time.
The pay at Commonwealth Bank is very competitive and I am compensated for professional courses.
I feel that I'm currently underpaid relative to my experience and responsibilities.
good but always dependent on how the company performs
Either in line with market or below.
Pretty high average in comparison to some Graduate programs.
depending on your role, you might not have much control over the bonus, however share plan is offered as well.
For the stage I am in my career, I think my pay is competitive.
Pay is excellent immediately following the grad program. However, promotions are not at all tenure-based (unlike other industries) so there's a lot of luck involved in progressing to higher pay
Bonuses are good and achievable. Pay is flexible and a great starting salary.
linked to performance. Highly dependant on the business you work in - varies by management.